UPDATE: I've added some corsair case fans to really emphasize the red and black theme some more. I also spray painted a few thumb screws and brackets red. I uploaded the most recent pictures. I've also overclocked my CPU to 4.0 GHz.
( Yes, I know the red and black theme has been beaten to death, I still like it.)
Also, pictures are ordered from most recent to least recent.
Surprisingly enough, I only just recently got interested in building computers. ._.
It took me a while to get the final version of my parts list finished, because I kept changing my mind about selection of different parts. The only part that stayed the same throughout the entire creation was the graphics card, which I decided not to change because I'm lazy. I know I could have gotten a slightly more expensive one for an overall better performance, but so far it has seemed to work pretty well, so I can't really complain. I may upgrade the GPU in the distant future. I may also get another set of 8 GB RAM in the slightly closer future.
I wanted a decent PC that would be used primarily for gaming, and to be able to play them well, which it has so far. I also wanted to use it for school work and some web browsing.
I would do a review on all the parts separately, but I decided I could sum everything up in one review: It works. Well.
I would say that I would suggest these parts, but if you're wanting to do any hardcore gaming, get a better graphics card. For what I do, it works perfectly fine, but some people need to have the best graphics card possible or they will die on the inside. Like I said previously, I don't need anything too extreme, because I don't really play any triple-A titles on it or anything extremely graphically demanding.
To sum everything up, I'm really happy how my computer turned out, and that it actually turned on the first time I did a test boot.
Is that description in-depth enough? telmeplz .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
THIS COMPUTER IS MY CHILD